About Sustainable Safari®
Our mission is to educate the public on Planetary Sustainability through the use of live animals in a safe and up-close manner.
Sustainable Safari® is a licensed and insured mobile animal exhibitor and is now also stationed at the Maplewood Mall. Our displays are designed to protect the public and animals while at the same time getting our guests up close to our magnificent animals. Sustainable Safari® hopes that we give all guests an experience to help energize and engage them with helping to save our naturally wild animals from extinction and help make our planet much healthier as a whole for all living species.
The focus of our mobile exhibits is a one-on-one style of education within small and large groups, teaching about Sustainability Practices and Natural History. If you are interested in having us come to you, click here to learn more about our Wildlife Shows.
Humans have been entrusted to the careful and responsible management of planet Earth. No one person or action can change the direction of human encroachment into the natural world. United in humility, passion, and concern, together, we’ll help provide a Sustainable Future for all species to take part in and enjoy.
Respect & Humility
We hold all life in the highest regard; we understand that the best scenario for all species is to be free in their natural habitat. However, we also understand today’s Earth will never allow a perfect balance for all species. Therefore, we accept responsibility for our animal ambassadors. While in our care, we are committed to attending to their needs of care, diet, enrichment, handling, and housing.
Educate & Inspire
Sustainable Safari® holds great pride in ensuring our guests, students, and critics receive the best possible untethered education on the challenges and solutions humans have created for all inhabitants of Planet Earth while offering them the opportunity to be part of the solution.
Our company holds employees to very high standards of ethics and integrity through action. Sustainable Safari® aims to be a global attraction that will lead the way in Animal and Sustainable Practices through our obvious platform.
Animals – Fun
With a focus on unique animals and proprietary technology Sustainable Safari® strives to be a proper family destination with Emotionally Bonded – Inspired – Forever Memories.
Frequently Asked Questions
Short periods depending on each species. We have an off-site farm location and rotate schedule to alert us when each animal is ready to back home for a vacation and renewal time.
Nope! Reservations are not required for regular visiting. If you wish you take a Guided Safari Tour, you can make a reservation by booking online or in-store. You can also reserve our space for parties and more! Learn more by clicking here.
Our Safari staff is trained on each animal’s specific needs, not only for the species needs, but each animal has their personality and preferences for interaction and communication. We have daily wellness checks on every animal you see here at the Sustainable Safari®. Each animal goes through a daily checklist process for physical and mental wellness to ensure the absolute well-being of each critter.
Each animal species’ experience has a variable length of time. Sometimes it’s up to the animal! Most holdings last 4 minutes.
All animal enclosures are stripped and cleaned daily for the safety of our animals and guests!
Sustainable Safari® has 98+ species of animals to view or interact with! Click the links below to learn more about each species.
Note: Some animals become unavailable due to scheduling and rotation.
African Porcupine/Crested Porcupine – Crested Porcupine
African Sideneck Turtle – Pelomedusidae
Agouti – Agouti
Alpaca – Alpaca
Alpine Goat – Alpine Goat
American Alligator – American Alligator
American Badger – American Badger
American Porcupine – North American Porcupine
Armadillo – Seven-banded Armadillo
Asian Small-clawed Otter – Asian Small-clawed Otter
Bearded Dragon – Bearded Dragon
Binturong/Bearcat – Binturong
Boa Constrictor – Boa Constrictor
Blackbelly Racerunner Lizard – Aspidoscelis Deppii
Blue Iguana – Blue Iguana
Blue-tongued Skink – Blue-tongued Skink
Brazilian Three-banded Armadillo – Brazilian Three-banded Armadillo
Bush Baby – Bush Baby (Galago)
Cane Toad – Cane Toad
Capybara – Capybara
Central American Banded Gecko – Central American Banded Gecko
Chameleon – Chameleon
Chicken/Rooster – Chicken
Chinchilla – Chinchilla
Chubby Frog – Banded Bullfrog
Club-tailed Iguana – Ctenosaura Quinquecarinata
Colombian Red-footed Tortoise – Red-footed Tortoise
Corn Snake – Corn Snake
Cuban Tree Frog – Cuban Tree Frog
Day Gecko – Phelsuma
Diamondback Terrapin – Diamondback Terrapin
Duck – Duck
Dwarf Armadillo – Pichi
Emerald Swift – Sceloporus Malachiticus
Emma Gray’s Forest Lizard – Calotes Emma
Emu – Emu
Fennec Fox – Fennec Fox
Ferret – Ferret
Florida Softshell Turtle – Florida Softshell Turtle
Gargoyle Gecko – Gargoyle Gecko
Giant Millipede – Archispirostreptus Gigas
Gibba Turtle – Mesoclemmys Gibba
Goat – American Pygmy
Green Frog – Lithobates Clamitans
Green Iguana – Green Iguana
Grison/Galictis – Galictis
Guinea Pig – Guinea Pig
Hinge-Back Tortoise – Bell’s Hinge-back Tortoise
Kinkajou – Kinkajou
Krefft’s Sideneck Turtle – Emydura
Kunekune Pig – Kunekune
Kwangtung Pond Turtle – Red-necked Pond Turtle
Leopard Frog – Leopard Frog
Llama – Llama
Mangalica Pig – Mangalica
Mata Mata Turtle – Mata Mata
Miniature Zebu – Miniature Zebu
Mountain Coati – Nasuella
Muntjac Deer – Muntjac
Ouachita Map Turtle – Ouachita Map Turtle
Owl Monkey/Night Monkey – Panamanian Night Monkey
Painted River Terrapin – Painted Terrapin
Painted Turtle – Painted Turtle
Palawan Porcupine – Philippine Porcupine
Parakeet/Budgerigar – Budgerigar
Patagonian Mara – Patagonian Mara
Pink Belly Snapper Turtle – Red-bellied Short-necked Turtle
Pixie Frog – African Bullfrog
Poison Dart Frog – Poison Dart Frog
Prairie Dog – Black-tailed Prairie Dog
Prehensile-tailed Porcupine – Prehensile-tailed Porcupine
Rabbit – Rabbit
Racoon – Raccoon
Red-eared Slider Turtle – Red-eared slider
Red Fox – Red Fox
Red Kangaroo – Red Kangaroo
Ring-tailed Cat – Ring-tailed Cat
Ring-tailed Lemur – Ring-tailed Lemur
Rock Hyrax – Rock Hyrax
Scorpion Mud Turtle – Scorpion Mud Turtle
Skink – Skink
Snapping Turtle – Common Snapping Turtle
Speke’s Hinge-back Tortoise – Speke’s Hinge-back Tortoise
Spiny Softshell Turtle – Spiny Softshell Turtle
Spotted Skunk – Spotted Skunk
Stinkpot Musk Turtle – Sternotherus Odoratus
Striped Skunk – Striped Skunk
Sugar Glider – Sugar Glider
Sulcata Tortoise – African Spurred Tortoise
Sunda Porcupine – Sunda Porcupine
Tamandua Anteater – Tamandua
Tarantula – Tarantula
Virginia Opossum – Opossum
Wallaby – Wallaby
West African Helmeted Turtle – African Helmeted Turtle
Woodchuck – Groundhog
Wood Frog – Wood Frog
White-tailed Deer – White-tailed Deer
Zebu – Zebu